Maine is an enormous geographic area with a year round population less than many international cities. Because it is so enormous and has not developed as fast as other parts of U.S., and because historically Maine was not easy to travel (or invade or hold), Maine's heritage, arts, history, and culture all go hand in hand. They form an enormous backdrop which travelers can see and join. They are part of Maine's recreation more than many locale's because enjoying each other's songs, words, pictures, sculpture, cuisine, outdoor crafts and wild life and plant gatherings is inseparable from being a Mainer. And those attributes are part of Maine's business life, not just because Maine seeks tourists and visitors for those things, but because Maine herself loves her Arts and Entertainment.
Features six local artists, their paintings and sculptures; wildlife, landscapes, seascapes, farm machinery, and marine still lifes.
University of Maine Orono. Series information for ballet, children's programs, classical, theater at local university.
Advocates, educates, and supports all the state arts and artists. Features news, events, grants, funding applications, contact information, and educational programs.
University of Maine's collections of oral histories, traditional music, songs, and photographs of Northeast North America, are available for traveling tours, archive and study.
Features a statewide network of communications specialists. Provides information about chapters, scholarships, and members.
Maine historical documents, history, and images.
Writers, publishers, librarians and booksellers dedicated to quality in Maine literature.
Biographical and bibliographical information listed for 307 Maine writers.
A nonprofit independent moving-image archive, collecting and preserving motion picture film and videotape relating to Maine and northern New England
Directory of information for Maine art, artists, galleries, museums, and art groups.
Educational writing center with online resources, tutors and links to other writing centers.
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